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Letter from Queen Elizabeth II Unopened Until 2085
Queen Elizabeth II passed away on September 8, 2022, at the age of 96. But it turns out that Britain's longest-reigning monarch still has something ...
Queen Elizabeth II Modeled Genuine Faith in Christ
On June 2, 1953, in the splendor of Westminster Abbey, a twenty-five-year-old woman knelt before the archbishop of Canterbury to seal the oaths she had ...
Don’t Treat the Bible Like a Spiritual ATM
In a recent issue of CT magazine, Jen Wilkin writes:
When the first ATM was installed in my hometown in the 1980s, it felt like magic: Insert your card, ...
Hebrew Tablet May Prove Older Bible Timeline
A team of archaeologists with the Archaeological Studies Institute believes it has found a tablet dating back to 1400 BC. Institute Director, Scott Stripling, ...
Denzel Washington Says, ‘Don’t Play with God’
In an interview with Denzel Washington, it noted that the actor has been getting more explicit about his Christian convictions. In 2019 Washington called ...
TikTokers’ Attention Span Maxes at 60 Seconds
TikTokers have remarkably short attention spans. Nearly 50 percent of users surveyed by TikTok said videos longer than a minute long were stressful; a ...
My Dad’s Bible
In his recent book, The Wisdom Pyramid, Brett McCracken shares the following story about his father:
I will always remember my dad's Bible. As a kid, ...
Using Your Brain Rather than Google Maps
London cabbies have been an iconic fixture in any London street scene for decades. Now the black taxi cab and their extraordinary cabbies are the focal ...
The Memories of Monuments
There was no archaeological evidence for the existence of the biblical King David. That is, until 1993, when surveyor Gila Cook noticed a basalt stone ...
The Internet Is Changing Our Brains
In his book The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains, Nicholas Carr calls the Internet "a technology of forgetfulness" and describes ...